If you're like me, you probably have grown way too close to the familiar Windows interface. That's OK. I don't adjust well to change either. After installing XP you may notice the revamped interface looks nothing like the old one. I was completely thrown back when I tried using it for the first time, but I suspect that over time the new interface will begin to grow on you as it has with me. Therefore, to ease your transition to the new OS, make a simple adjustment to XP to give it that classic look. Here's how to do it: Right-click your Desktop and select Properties. On the Desktop Display properties, click the Appearance tab. Under the Windows and buttons pull-down menu, select Windows Classic. Click Apply to see your new look. Click OK to close the Desktop Display properties.